Gerard Henry, MD completed a urology residency with a 1 year basic science fellowship in men’s health at Duke University and is Board Certified by the American Board of Urology. In addition, he is the #1 US AMS IPP implanter over the last ten years, #1 published author on IPPs in the world over the last ten years, has won best clinical abstract at two national meetings, and has written 5 Journal of Urology CME articles on men’s health of which one was a cover article.

Dr. Henry is also the inventor of the Henry Mummy Wrap, Henry Finger Sweep, and New Length Measurement Technique. Currently, he is secretary of the Society of Urologic Prosthetic Surgeons and president-elect of the Louisiana Urology Society.

Atlanta, GA board-certified urologist Dr. Tariq S. Hakky is a world-renowned microsurgeon implementing the latest techniques and innovative treatments in men’s sexual health today. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Urology and Baylor College of Medicine fellowship-trained in male infertility and andrology. He is the owner and founder of Atlanta Cosmetic Urology and accepts patients of all genders desiring to improve urologic issues, sexual dysfunction, chronic pelvic pain, hormonal imbalances, weight-related issues, and more. Dr. Hakky has appeared as a guest on television shows (such as The Doctors), podcasts, and videos specifically about the latest topics in urology. He is a very respected urologist and microsurgeon among his peers nationally and internationally as a lecturer, presenter, author, and researcher in male reproductive medicine and urologic surgery.
Graduating at the top of his class, Dr. Hakky earned his medical degree from Florida State University College of Medicine in Tallahassee, FL with high honors. He was awarded a prestigious urology residency at the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL. He then went on to additionally train in the male infertility/andrology fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. This is where he honed valuable skills in improving men’s sexual health issues, like infertility, erectile dysfunction, penile implants, and hormone replacement therapy. As he trained at Baylor, one of the leading medical centers in the country, Dr. Hakky  provided care for many men with symptoms of low testosterone, which is another area of his specialties. In this fellowship, Dr. Hakky also studied to master the most advanced microsurgical vasectomy reversal techniques that less than 1% of urologists can perform. Today, he is known as one of the leaders in urology for microscopic male infertility procedures and vasectomy reversal microsurgery.
Dr. Hakky has received numerous awards for his work as a board-certified urologist in Atlanta, GA, including the 2018 Vitals Patient’s Choice Award as one of Georgia’s favorite physicians, the 2018 Compassionate Doctor Award, and the 2018 America’s Most Honored Professionals (Top 1%).

Dr. Joel L. Marmar has had a distinguished career practicing and teaching urology spanning nearly 40 years. A graduate of University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Dr. Marmar retired from Cooper University Hospital in 2013 after 41 years of service, including 26 years as Division Head. He was a Professor of Surgery and Urology at the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. Dr. Marmar has been very involved in performing and training others in no-scalpel vasectomy techniques and in vasectomy reversal, both in the US and throughout the world.


Dr. Marmar is an author of AUA Vasectomy Guidelines published in 2012. He is the developer of the “In-Line Vasectomy (ILV)” technique – an improved method for performing a no-scalpel vasectomy. His patented devices for ILV are commercially available. A recognized leader in the field of male infertility for many years, Dr. Marmar has published over 60 scientific papers in peer review journals. In addition, he continues to review for several medical journals, and he was cited as a top “Reviewer” for the journal “Urology”, 2015-16. He is the recipient of many awards and a member of numerous urological societies.


Until recently, Dr. Marmar was the Director of Men’s Health Services for Planned Parenthood on Central and Southern New Jersey. Dr. Marmar has advised on the bipolar Signati vasectomy device virtually since its inception, and performed the rabbit study that demonstrated its effectiveness.

Rahul Mehan, MD, is the founder of East Valley Urology (EVU) Center in Mesa, Arizona, and a board-certified urologist focusing on urologic oncology. He has extensive training in testicular, renal, prostate, and bladder cancers at EVU Center. He is a skilled surgeon and dedicated to providing his patients with the highest quality medical care.

Dr. Mehan retained his certification from the American Board of Urology and is affiliated with Banner Baywood Medical Center and Mercy Gilbert Medical Center in the Phoenix area. He is a published author with articles appearing in The Journal of UrologyⓇ and the Journal of Pediatric Urology. Dr. Mehan presents at regional and national meetings on a variety of urologic topics, including a presentation on testicular cancer using his original research at the American Urological Association’s 2011 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Mehan completed his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and received his medical degree from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio. Following his graduation, Dr. Mehan completed an internship in general surgery and a residency in urology at the Indiana University School of Medicine located on the campus of Purdue University.

In addition to providing quality care to his patients, Dr. Mehan enjoys playing basketball and tennis and has a passion for the outdoors. He loves spending time with his family.

Dr. Andrew McCullough joined the Lahey urology department in February of 2017. He has over 30 years of experience in male sexual and reproductive health. He has been on the staff at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Yale New-Haven Hospital, New York University Langone Medical Center and Albany Medical Center and has held academic appointment at each respective medical institution. He currently is Professor of Urology at the Tufts University School of Medicine and Co-Director of the Male Sexual and Reproductive program at the Lahey Hospital and Medical Center. He has been actively involved in over 100 investigator initiated, NIH and pharmaceutical clinical trials. His areas of research have included the medical treatment of erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, hypogonadism, the prevention of post prostatectomy erectile dysfunction, benign prostatic hyperplasia, Peyronie’s disease, infertility and female sexual dysfunction. He has been a pioneer in the use of the Da Vinci robot for urologic microsurgery and has performed over 500 robot-assisted microsurgical varicocelectomies and vasectomy reversals.

Dr. McCullough has over 50 peer reviewed publications and has presented over 100 papers and lectures at national and international meetings. He is a member of the American Urological Association (AUA), Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA), and the Society for the Study of Male Reproduction (SSMR) and has been a regular reviewer for the Journal of Sexual Medicine, Journal of Urology, and Urology. He on the board of directors of the SMSNA.

Throughout his career he has been actively involved in medical education, teaching medical students, residents, directing an andrology fellowship and organizing and lecturing at highly successful regional and national continuing medical education courses for primary care providers and urologists. He has been interviewed on regional and national network television and was co-host for Sirius Radio Men’s Heath show on the Dr. Radio show. He has donated his time lecturing at prostate cancer, erectile dysfunction and male infertility consumer support groups. He is an avid cyclist, runner, classical music enthusiast, history buff, dedicated husband and proud father, grandfather and owner of two Rhodesian Ridgebacks.


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